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Cambridge Analytica – the disbanded data analytics company that allegedly used its software to create and disseminate hateful and inciting messages – in relation to Trump and Brexit, the company also played a nefarious role disseminating fake news in Africa.  In Nigeria, it tried to influence the 2015 election

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Misinformation is rife, but it’s nothing new, writes Nanjala Nyabola.

Photo from the relaunch issue of New Internationalist

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It's finally here. Issue 515, the relaunch magazine, has officially landed!

The front cover of New Internationalist’s redesigned September magazine

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The making of #NI515: why we went for Tim Hetherington’s portrait from Liberia as the relaunch cover for the redesigned...

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak jettisoned the UK's pledge to retain the UK's 0.7 per cent foreign aid commitment this week. Credit: Andrew Parsons

Britain’s aid budget cut is the act of a callous government. But we must re-think aid if we’re to turn the tide, writes...

Uyghur poet and teacher Abduweli Ayup talks to Jan-Peter Westad about language, cultural...

From dealing with Covid-19, to finding inventive ways to make ends meet, three workers from the Philippines, Trinidad and...

Albertina is 15 and the oldest of three sisters. When her mother died she took over responsibility for raising her younger siblings. Now she wants to become a nurse. CHRIS DE BODE/PANOS

It’s essential work yet it is undervalued across the world. Amy Hall makes the case for putting care front...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a press conference on 16 March, with Chief Medical Officer Prof Chris Witty and Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance. Picture by Andrew Parsons

Boris Johnson announces billions for the defence industry, peanuts for climate action and nothing to tackle child poverty,...

Dannenröder Forest occupation pictured in August 2020. Credit: Leonhard Lenz

After an activist is hospitalized in Germany following police action, Andrea Brock reflects on the...

Bolsonaro’s desperate pledges to Trumpism have not paid off, argues Leonardo Sakamoto

The Union of Land Workers (UTT) and other associations convened a greengrocer in Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, on March 10, 2020  in support of the measure of the National Government to increase the retention of soybeans to the largest producers and in rejection of the unemployment of the field.  Photo by Carol Smiljan/NurPhoto

Emergency relief can be done in ways that go beyond sticking-plaster solutions. Frideswide O’Neill and...

Defiantly demanding change in Brooklyn, New York. SAANYA ALI/MAJORITY WORLD

Amy Hall on why defunding police departments could be the most caring thing to do.

President of Peru Martín Vizcarra, prior to swearing in his cabinet in 2018. WikiCommons

John Crabtree reports on the shock ousting of ‘anti-corruption’ president Martín Vizcarra.

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The rise of food charity in some of the most affluent countries is surely a sign that something has gone badly wrong. So why...

Penny Walters in the kitchen at Byker Community Centre where she volunteers as a chef twice a week. Credit: Tessa Bunney

Penny Walters bears witness to food poverty in the UK and suggests a way out of it. As told to ...

Richard Swift on Latin America’s first Muslim head of state.

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